Pharmecutical giant Johnson and Johnson has settled a class action lawsuit over Infants' Tylenol for $6.3 million.
Regal Cinemas has announced it will no longer carry Coke products and some moviegoers aren't too excited about the change.
Reports indicate that Pier 1 Imports will close up to 450 stores as the company considers bankruptcy.
A Chick-fil-A employee in North Carolina has gone viral for his superior customer service.
The family was given a gift basket and free taco money for a year's worth of tacos from Torchy's.
Boeing Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith will serve as interim CEO during the transition period.
Over 3,000 Ring camera users reportedly had their personal information leaked online.
Most Americans dread the holidays due to spending, according to a new survey.
Potato crops damaged by cold and wet weather could reportedly mean a shortage of the beloved french fry.
Many Walmart shoppers were not pleased to learn that the retail giant's employees do not earn holiday pay for foregoing time with their families.
The FBI is offering cybersecurity advice to people who purchase new smart TVs on Black Friday.
A British couple is looking to pay $40,000 a year to someone willing to watch their dogs while they travel.
States across the U.S. are experiencing a lower supply of Christmas trees this year.
The maker of Bumble Bee tuna has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Rein Communications owner Nicole Peternel joins Good Day Charlotte to talk about her journey to owning a business and how her family is playing a big role in driving her.
Brenda Harris from BPN Staffing Solutions and Maureen Anders from AR Workshop and Anders Ruff Custom Designs visits Goood Day Charlotte.
For the second consecutive year, Target will start its Black Friday event on Thanksgiving Day.
Brittney Bogues and Meredith Dean talk about the all-female C-Suite Panel Discussion on November 6th at Advent Coworking.
Microsoft is adding 430 new jobs to Charlotte with an investment of close to $24 million.
The coveted Popeyes Chicken Sandwich may be returning soon and the fried chicken chain will reportedly hire 400 additional employees to handle the demand.